Mathematics, is the subject which develops transferable skills such as the skill of working with mathematical information, as well as the ability to 

think logically and independently, consider accuracy, model situations mathematically, analyse results and reflect on findings. The key secret to score in maths is “practice and Practice’’. Inorder to score productively in maths understanding key concepts is a must also review the concepts frequently and practice the related applications.

From Secondary to higher secondary mathematics , we cover the following areas: Pure mathematics,Sequences and series,Vectors,Introduction to Complex numbers,Calculus, Probability and Statistics.


Biology, is the natural science that studies life and living organisms, including their physical structure, chemical processes, molecular interactions, physiological mechanisms, development and evolution.It takes us into the  fascinating world of living things and their processes. 

It’s a subject that students sometimes find hard to grasp, often due to the sheer volume of information rather than difficulty of concepts. Most syllabuses these days emphasise on application rather than just theory. Thus the challenge is often double fold : to remember facts and to understand concepts well enough to apply it. 

From Secondary to higher secondary biology , we cover the following areas: The cell and biomolecules of life, Genetics and Inheritance, energy and Equilibrium,Biological evolution,Infectious diseases, Impact of climate change on animals and plants


Chemistry, is the science that deals with the properties, composition, and structure of substances (defined as elements and compounds), the transformations they undergo, and the energy that is released or absorbed during these processes. It’s the science that often forms a bridge between physics and biology. It helps us to understand how things function at a molecular level. Fascinating phenomena such as how does a ship float on water or why do some gases glow, can all be explained using the principles of chemistry. 

To master chemistry, one needs to first grasp the basic theory extremely well. This is only possible if explained using valid examples and related to application in everyday life. For example , insects can often walk on water. This is because of the surface tension of water. Due to attraction between the water molecules on the surface of water, the water molecules move closer to each other and a delicate membrane is formed on the surface. This helps insects walk on water. 

From Secondary to higher secondary chemistry, we cover the following areas in our lessons: Physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry,organic chemistry and analysis.


Physics, branch of science, deals with the structure of matter and the interactions between the fundamental constituents of the observable universe. Understanding in physics goes beyond the simple memorization and study ,not only it requires conceptual thinking but a good skill in maths is a prerequisite in order to score well for physics.

From Secondary to higher secondary physics, we will cover the following areas: Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Waves, light and sound, Electricity and Magnetism, Quantum Physics and Nuclear Physics